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it started about 25 minutes ago. our hurricane sandy coverage begins with chief meteorologist doug kammerer, who has been tracking the storm throughout the day. doug? >> yeah, watching this storm out there right now, you can see where this is. right now, down through portions of cape may county, new jersey, that's where it's coming ashore right now. it was moving extremely fast, at 28 miles an hour. but looking at some of the latest imagery here, it looks like it's really starting to slow down. waiting to see what's going on. you can notice very dry air wrapping around the center. and the rain just cutting off. right now, right around the philadelphia area. they're no longer seeing the heavy rain. we, however, are continuing to see the heavy rain. the latest advisory as of 5:00, had winds of 90 miles an hour. a very strong category 1 storm. the pressure down to 940 millibars. this storm has now set all-time low pressure records for atlanticcity, for trenton, new jersey and for philadelphia. all-time lowest pressure ever recorded. and that goes back to the super storm of '93. even b
's begin with doug cameron tracking the storm. doug, what are we looking forward to next? >> we're looking forward to this storm beginning to weaken. it's trying to do that, but not yet. they just put out a new statement -- the national weather service put out a new statement. it still has sustained winds of 75 miles per hour in parts of the area. those are coming right over northeastern parts of maryland and delaware. we're continuing to see winds gusting over tropical storm force in new york, philadelphia, washington, latest wind gusts are 47 miles an hour after a 60 mile an hour wind gust. it may be coming down a little bit, but we're going to continue to see these periodic gusts throughout the rest of the night. you can see exactly where the center of circulation is right here. there's the center coming right over the northern portion of the chesapeake right now. it will continue to the west, right along the mason dixon line. let's zoom on in. you can see this band here, a fairly heavy band of rain and wind continuing across the region. washington, down toward waldorf and winchester. s
coverage begins with chief meteorologist doug kammerer. this storm seems to be right on schedule. >> it really does. it is now moving close to 30 miles an hour. it has made a beeline for the jersey coast. it is now just to the north and coming ashore. you can see what's going on. a ton of rain on the west side of the storm. but notice, the strongest side, normally the northeast corner here, that's where you see the strongest winds, 84-mile-an-hour wind gusts in long island. notice the rain here, really cutting off on the back side, as it makes its way in. we'll continue to see rain here, though, as we continue to be on the southwest side of the storm. here's atlantic city. here's the ey coming onshower right now. atlantic city, probably seeing the strongest winds they have seen in years. maybe even decades right now. potentially 90, 100-mile-an-hour winds with this storm. you can see the outer eye wall which is right here through cape may county, new jersey, along the delaware bay. we're watching this rig around rehoboth beach. they're probably seeing very strong winds out of the
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we can expect. doug? >> we can expect our days to get better. today, we saw a little bit of sunshine and the clouds rolled back in. sandy still around. rotating around our region, just up to the north and west of us, making its way to the north and east. it will bring a slight chance of a sprinkle or shower. what about halloween? your trick or treating forecast tonight? temperatures, 46 to 50 degrees. it will be a little on the chilly side. so just know that as you send the kids out for kanldz yesterday. we'll be right back. >>> thank you, doug. a man is dead after an accident on the outer loop of the beltway. 44-year-old qualmy abon was killed in the crash about 5:15 a.m. investigators say his car was rear ended by a car and hit by a truck. the cause is still under vestigation. nobody else was hurt. >>> grief counselors were called in at seneca valley high school after a 15-year-old student was hit and killed on her way to school. police say christina morris-ward was killed while trying to cross germantown road just before 7:00 this morning. pat collins is at the scene with reaction
, meteorologist maria molina, and doug mcelway on the bach. >> we're tracking sandy, a hushing maximum sustained winds of 75 miles per hour and some things to note and we've been repeating that sandy from one to the other, expands about 800 miles and we're starting to feel the impacts cross portions of eastern pennsylvania, maryland, down through portions of delaware and mind you. the center of the storm is over 500 miles away from the new york city area, so we have time to go here, about 48 hours of time that we will be feeling the impacts across the the new york city area from sandy through at least early wednesday morning and some heavy rain is still falling across portions of the outer banks of north carolina, eastern parts of virginia and like i just mentioned some of the heavy rain picking up across eastern portions of pennsylvania. something else we're noticing with sandy, the wind is picking up. shy of 40 miles per hour across portions of long island, the new york city area, wind gusts shy of 30 miles per hour and strong winds as well across much of new jersey, atlantic city, seeing one
at this point especially after -- >> no. >> after doug was suggesting the sequester somehow went away? how do you do that? how do you get these guys to do budget process that they really mean, that anybody believes they mean? >> at the concord coalition the way we view this you have to create a lot of public sentiment for this kind of discipline. you have to make it clear to the public that this is not something we can sit around quietly for and hope for. and yes, you're right, that you have every right to be cynical about my optimistic view and yet i think that, it is hard to do good tax reform. it is time-consuming. it is hard to do entitlement reform. we're not going to want to rush into anything. and yet, we have to create some boundaries because what has been happening, for the past decade, or over a decade, has been that deficit financing is the easiest thing to do. it seems free to people and you think until we hold congress to budget constraints and unless, until the american people hold the congress to the budget constraints that are necessary, we're not going to make progress. so th
donald is back and former clinton advisor doug schoen is also here. nicole petallides back on the floor of the new york stock exchange. happy to see you down there nicole. we're going to start with you. home depot obviously leading the way. other than the storm, anything else going on with it? nicole: let's take a look at home depot. home depot and lowe's been doing very well today. home depot has been the leader on the dow jones industrials. obviously everybody is going into the stores, home depot and lowe's have noted that people have needed clean up items, items like trash bags, chainsaws, to name a few. the companies noting they are sending out hundreds of truckloads of storm recovery inventory to areas along the eastern seaboard that need these items. so we knew it. we would have guessed it. but now it is a fact. home depot certainly a leader on the dow jones industrials. charles? charles: how does it feel to be back down on the floor? nicole: i am excited to be here. i have been waiting to get back to work here. a lot of traders don't have internet or cell service or data so they
island new york. doug mckelway is in delaware. we begin with rick leventhal at point pleasant beach, new jersey. good evening, rick. >> bret, the wind is ridiculous at this hour. at #:00, i clock wind gust at 57 miles per hour. it feels like it's 70 to 80 now. i'm hanging on the rail or i probably, well, you can see the street. the ocean is merging with the ocean avenue. if you look to the left, not sure if you can tell how ferocious the winds are. they're in the 12 to 15 to 20-foot range. at times curling and crashing over the dunes to bring water to point pleasant. this town was evacuated yesterday. most of the residents heeded warnings. all of the beach communities up and down the new jersey shore were evacuated. some people chose not to leave. that included atlantic city, new jersey, where a section of the boardwalk washed away. emergency workers were rescuing some residents with light boats and -- lifeboats and high water vehicles throughout the day. at this point, the governor told people if you are still home, don't try to get out. hunker dune try to ride the storm out. the storm
up as well. right now more than 45,000 are in the dark. doug luzader is live in delaware. doug what's going on there? >> good morning. you see the wreckage from the storm. this is going to be a big cleanup. you talk about the power outage. we have not lost power here. that's the good news. you are right. a lot of places along the delaware beach area have been hit. we have an issue with beach erosion. you see this here right between the boardwalk and the beach where a lot of it has given away. this is something that they are very sensitive about takes a long time to build this up and recreate this. they will have to go through a lot of repairs here to get everything back as it was. the good news it's the end of the tourist season. there were about 50,000 people in this area told to evacuate. some of them may start coming back today. we will see. the rain hazlet up. we may see more of that after all is said and done. the decision local officials make about reopening roads. some of them were flooded. roads were official closed before the storm. they may reopen today. we will see what t
-ching. doug in new york, doug? >> caller: jim, big buffalo boo-yah too ya, sir. >> what's going on? i got fitzpatrick. what's going on? >> my stock, it flat lined about a year since i owned it. i really don't know what to do with the stock. do i sell? >> i was talking to the fabulous kelly evans this morning on "squawk on the street" and i said corning can't get it right. they've got the gorilla glass, the greatest technology in the world, they look good in the steve jobs book, and i've got to tell you something, no, no, corning, too hard to own. i'm taking another call. i'm going to jason in maryland. jason? >> caller: boo-yah from baltimore, jim. >> oh, man. ravens country, what's up? >> caller: question is on regions financial, the stock got hammered. is the stock, has it bottomed, will it start to rebound and will it get anywhere close to the $8 target that it's tagged at? >> you know, raymond james cut that target today. i don't like regions financial, i like huntington bank shares and even better than that actionalertsplus.com, my charitable trust, stephanie link and i for the trust
doug rickard sees it as makings of art. >> all of these lines looking at the cameras, this especially here with this sort of tilt forward of the head, it just embeds into it a certain of sort of i guess almost mike music in a way. >> reporter: from his home studio outside sacramento rickard has traveled thousands of virtual miles combing the streets of america in search of images that resonate. >> i just start driving through looking for potential pictures. >> reporter: rickard remembers that first flash of inspiration. >> my wheels started turning. i was sitting there. i picked up my i-phone and i started taking a picture of the screen like this, sort of moving it around and moving the cursor and composing these scenes. >> reporter: ironically rickard says it was the technology that produced a haunting, intimate feel. >> you've got a camera looking down. you've got blurred faces of the all of the angles and the lines sort of skew out because of the fixed wide angle lens and their stitching. the actual dynamics of the camera within google emphasized the way that i wanted to speak in t
turn to doug hill for the latest. what's the latest here is what is left of sandy is about 90 miles east, northeast of pittsburgh and moving off to the and it will be out of the picture totally over the next couple of days. for the moment, chilly and them. the future past gives us a good indication of the motion and the resultant flow of air that will continue to move along the trailing edge of the system as it moves out and it will provide a slow improvement with sunshine breaking through and more over the next few days. i would say it was a late december afternoon with the chilean misting rain out there. >> nothing like that damage, but now we have some cold air so our friends without power have to deal with that. here are the lingering showers right around us. there is one of the bands of what had been sandy moving to bangor maine. the snow continues right into parts of west virginia. overnights and i'd come it will be a cold one. this is really more like early january. the temperature, 43 degrees. as you mentioned, we will be drawing talent, but it will be chilly and you will ha
of lower manhattan. >> i want to check in with doug who is our producer in lower manhattan. doug, can you give an overview of what you're seeing, from that vantage point in lower manhattan? >> yeah, anderson, i was down here at em barco street. i've got this fantastic view down here. it's just pure blackness across times square. i'm right next to the world trade center memorial. floodwaters have come up past the west side highway. i'm a few blocks actually near ashley banfield. i'm in the same vicinity. what i can see, they haven't really declined from that area. it's an eerie situation. the only things with light are right around the 9/11 memorial, the freedom tower, the new world trade center did have power for an extended period and that's all dark now. and just scattered bits and pieces of light here and there. just eerie sensation of being down here. >> doug, there were earlier reports that the new york stock exchange had taken on some three feet of water. i've just been told that those reports are not true. do you want to emphasize those reports are not true, from the information we
. take a look at what they mean by that. up next, presidential historian doug brinkley of how disasters affected elections and republican congressman steve king says he wants to avoid a repeat of hurricane katrina. he says relief money was spent on bags and massage parlors. one of the things we thought you should know. but first, today nate silver of "the new york times" forecasted president obama had 77% chance of winning re-election and now 299 votes and governor romney 239. >>> welcome back. president obama was supposed to be in ohio today before canceling the visit due to hurricane sandy and the damage caused. despite being off the trail, the latest poll of ohio voters gives the president a five-point edge and seems to show growing optimism about the economy of white working class voters and could be the reason seeing him hold on to the lead and, quote, if you look at the body language of the campaign hard not to conclude they believe they're behind. and if they believe ohio is a be all end all then they're behind. let's bring in editor mark murray. before we talk about the poll, i
of springer financial advisers and brian piscarowski and doug, thank you for joining us. how did the markets handle the first day back after that two-day shutdown from your standpoint? >> well we had a compressed three days into one, did a fine job. there wasn't much going on. i think investors are being neutral going into the election. we had a little bit of a pullback i feel because it's factoring in a romney victory, he said he would get rid of the stimulus, which would not be all the best news for this market, which i think is stimulus addicted. we got the fiscal cliff it's dealing with. for the most part it handled it really well. i'm expecting a good rally after the election after a tough october i would think we'll rally to new highs after the election, but with that earnings, investors have to be careful here and like what we're doing for our clients you need to pare back risk at that point, being wary of what the market will do next which is probably not pretty. >> happy you have your san francisco giants gear on. >> that's right. >> world series parade today, some happy times in th
' doug luzader watched sandy slam into rewhoboth beach. >> he joins us live with a look at the conditions there. good morning, doug, how's it going this morning? >>reporter: well, not exactly drenched and not really all that windy at the moment. it's certainly a lot better than we've seen. and you see cleanup vehicles out here, some people are kind of going about their business. that's good news. the one sure sign i guess that the hurricane is over, take a look out there, there are actually surfers in the water here as they take advantage of what still remains to be some pretty big waves here. obviously not the kind of wave action we saw yesterday and not the kind of tidal surge that we saw yesterday. all in all it seems like this part of delaware did okay. we'll have to see as the sun continues to rise and we spend some more time out on the streets to see if in fact things are getting back to normal. but it's a much different story when you head farther to the north, atlantic city and then, of course, new york city dealing with that 13-foot tidal surge. i mean, that's going to be an iss
's where we find a reporter live. doug, good morning. >> reporter: good morning guys. and look, look at this water that's just rushing into the board walk here, i walk out on to the beach, gives you an idea of just the force of this, you see this erosion sense here, look, its just been torn apart, this part of its just been mingled. that's tons of beach erosion all over the place. this is a real concern all up and downtown coast here. this area has been verdict evacuated, mandatory evacuation near the coast. this may be 50,000 people. once you start getting to those massive population centers north of here, we're talking obviously dc, but also when you get up to philadelphia and new york city, new england area, boston, all the sudden it gets very difficult to move those people out of harm's way quickly enough. now the wind speeds here are not terrible, maybe in the 15 to 20-mile an hour range, 25 miles an hour, something like that. once you get offshore, you're talking more like 40, 50 miles an hour. it's going to get worse through the course of the day. combining with high tides bec
of that if mind we have coverage with rick on the northern shore of new jersey and doug is in delaware, first, we will get to where we are and where it is going. and janice dean, what do we expect? >> a hurricane will make landfall across coastal new jersey, probably south and central jersey in the next several hours and expected between 5:00 and 6:00 p.m. eastern at 90 miles per hour hurricane. it will be a hurricane when it lands. there was a suggestion the last several days that it could combine with another system and become a super storm hybrid but now we are in agreement it will be a hurricane when it makes landfall. there will be storm surge with high wind in excess of 90 and 100 miles per hour in populated areas. we are dealing with a storm southeast of new york city and the effects of the storm when it lands in new jersey, anywhere north to the center the storm will get the worst rainfall, the worst wind, and the worst storm surge on top of high tide and we will see waves 20' to 30' on top of the storm surge and tim occur in two or three hours in central emergency and bring written and s
us now we have doug and pat. guys, good to see you. >> good to say you. >> sean: there's the rasmussen swing poll, 50-46. here's the deal. minnesota, a 3-point race, michigan dead even, wisconsin dead even, pennsylvania close, ohio dead even, virginia close. what are we to make of this. >> oregon is moving to. >> sean: oregon is not going too to go with romney. >> i believe florida, north carolina, probably virginia have been con so consolidated for ro. new hampshire, leaning romney, the midwest, moving romney. the big question today is whether the news of the cleanup from the hurricane will be the one advantage that obama has to show him -- to show leadership. >> sean: look. i think the president is doing the right thing, but let's be honest here. it's a week before election. what is he going to do? >> whatever he can. >> whatever he can. with governor christie' governo, literally mhanna from heaven. >> so the guy that does nothing on benghazi. >> excuse me. my favorite. he's not there. he's missing in action. >> where is governor romney? this is the problem. >> nothin
. they hold the key to this election. joining us now we have doug and pat. guys, good to see you. >> good to say you. >> sean: there's the rasmussen swing poll, 50-46. here's the deal. minnesota, a 3-point race, michigan dead even, wisconsin dead even, pennsylvania close, ohio dead even, virginia close. what are we to make of this. >> oregon is moving to. >> sean: oregon is not going too to go with romney. >> i believe florida, north carolina, probably virginia have been con so consolidated for ro. new hampshire, leaning romney, the midwest, moving romney. the big question today is whether the news of the cleanup from the hurricane will be the one advantage that obama has to show him -- to show leadership. >> sean: look. i think the president is doing the right thing, but let's be honest here. it's a week before election. what is he going to do? >> whatever he can. >> whatever he can. with governor christie' governo, literally mhanna from heaven. >> so the guy that does nothing on benghazi. >> excuse me. my favorite. he's not there. he's missing in action. >> where is governor romney? thi
of power issues. now let's go to doug for the latest on our cool night ahead. >> it's going to be a cool night ahead and on the chilly side. sandy continues to just spinel around our region. you can notice the clouds continuing to make their way in. that's going to be the case during the day tomorrow. as you look, a little on the creepy said the next few hours. we'll be talking about our numbers, down to 45 to 50 degrees, breezy and cool. make sure you're ready to go out and prepared to that with a jacket at least as you head on out tonight. >> thank you, doug. >> coming up next, the latest on a series of pipe bombs found in virginia. >>> homemade [ earnest ] out of the blue one day, we were told to build a 30-foot stage. gathered the guys and we built that 30-foot stage, not knowing what it was for. just days later, all three shifts were told to assemble in the warehouse. a group of people walked out on that stage and told us that the plant is now closed and all of you are fired... i looked both ways, i looked at the crowd, and...we all just lost our jobs. we don't have an income. mitt
of the streets impassable. storm team 4 doug kammerer has a look at how this storm is still around. >> it is around and it is a storm we've been about for more than a week and a half. making its way onshore as it went way out to sea and then right back in toward our region. and you can still see the spin in the atmosphere just particular to spin around with these rain showers moving through and the snow back toward the west. let's take a look and show you how this storm developed and what we saw. high wind gusts, upwards of 60 miles an hour. 63 in newington. fairfax at 61 miles an hour. same thing in reagan national. 60 miles an hour. both reston and winchester. it was the rain and it was the wind. how much rain did we see? many areas over four to five inches of rachbl dentsville, maryland, almost six inches. bowie, maryland, almost seven inches. everybody saw the rain. everybody saw the wind and now we're seeing the cold air wrapping in behind this system. you see all the snow back toward the west. we're going to continue to see that snow back toward the west in through garrett co
how they are preparing for hurricane sandy. home depot offering 24/7. liz: joining us now, doug spiron. give us a sense how the operations are going here. are you still selling to people who may need emergency supplies? >> we have 75 stores close as a result, authorities are mandating that. 55 locations are currently closed down. david: what do people need most right now? >> is always the flashlights, batteries, things you want to prepare yourself with before the storm actually hits. david: a lot of people didn't take it seriously enough and this is when people are going out. what do they need? >> i was so focused most same items for the supplies. liz: generators are always in short supply. it was about two nights ago i saw local news reports where they were all sold out, companies in the other stores in new jersey, what is your supply situation like? can you get more in tomorrow when the storm passes? >> absolutely. the ones are already gone. but trucks are staged outside the city, distribution centers throughout the area and as soon as we can use the trucks tomorrow we will get suppl
driving a car. except if you are in an emergency vehicle. megyn: doug mckelway. those residents under evacuations orders. lower manhattan is under mandatory evacuation orders, 375,000 people in lower manhattan, other parts of new york city, they were told to get out. they are concerned about storm surge is here as well. we are on storm patrol at fox news channel. we are also a days away from the presidential election, which will also affect millions and millions of lives. in three minutes, we have breaking news from rasmussen report on the critical swing state of ohio. also, how the storm the impact the vote. one week and one day away. chris christie, warning people not to take this hurricane lightly. the worst of it is eight hours away. stay with us. >> everyone should be asking themselves if the trip they are thinking about making it necessary or if you feel as though you have made a huge mistake. if you have any doubt about whether it's necessary or not, please stay home. megyn: hurricane sandy helping construction of the new world trade center complex in lower manhattan. take a lo
with delaware bay in its sight. let's go to rehoboth. doug, what do you anticipate? >> you last came to us, things have worsened somewhat, geraldo, i don't have an anamometer to measure the wind speed. but i have an unofficial measure. the stinging sensation in your face from the drops, that's the first time i've felt that today and the second thing the waterproof boots i bought at a popular national chain store claiming to be waterproof are sloshing wet and my socks are sloshing around in them. the good news here is that high tide happened at 7:32. the highest wave came to where i'm standing here on the top of this dune and did not go any further. if you walk another ten yards or so over the little fence here, then you get to the boardwalk. and this is high and dry, at least from sea waters. plenty of wet from rain. remarkably i told you we'd show you sound from youngsters that took their boogie boards out at dusk. i called them to come back in to talk to them. >> no one is going to come rescue you if you're taken out. >> that's why we're sticking together. >> if your mom and dad knew you
and talk more about this. doug authorize nell and erin mcpike, reporter for real clear politics. erin, i want to start with you. as we talk about what's going on on the campaign trails as well as sandy spinning in the atlantic, according to chuck todd virginia and new hampshire may not see the two candidates until election day because the president may have so much going on in washington right now to oversee this storm. mitt romney is focusing his campaign in ohio. with the president having to focus his time on this, erin sdshgs he have a messaging advantage that he gets to be the president in this situation? what do you stay? >> he absolutely might. he can't get out to swing states today, tomorrow, and maybe not for the rest of the week if the devastation is very bad. he's going to be having bill clinton pinch-hit for him in many of the swing states throughout the week, and that may help them double-down a little bit with bill clinton down on the trail and president obama in washington. remember, mitt romney gets to shuttle back and forth between ohio and wisconsin, which are the two mo
's go to doug mckelway he is in delaware, resort place, affluent, a lot of big homes there what was the most dramatic thing you saw? >> bill, i would have to say the most dramatic thing i saw was the extreme contrast what we experienced to what people to the north of us experienced. over my shoulder across the delaware bay see the blinking of the new jersey light house as the crow flies that's only 17 miles away from here. a little bit north of that, utter devastation of the kind that jonathan hunt was just talking about. but here, we are on the south eye of that storm's eye. ill defined as it was. we got the back end of the storm, the westerly breezes. last night when the high tide hit at 10:00 p.m. those breezes were blowing westerly. they pushed the storm surge out to sea. everybody here in delaware woke up to houses and cities intact. one of the state authorities who controls beach erosion here said that beach and beach sand and beach dunes are meant to be extendible. the infrastructure behind them is not. go did they evacuate the beach. >> did everybody get out of there. >>
chief meteorologist doug kammerer has been talking about. it's interesting this lady decided -- oh, that' not a lady, that's a man. how are you doing? thank you for being out here. i love your outfit. what is this, first of all? >> it's just -- >> i want to thank you for joining us. right over here, tell us, why did you come outside? >> i live down the street and my power just went out and i wanted to see what was going on, maybe get the power back on sometime soon. >> dominion crews have arrived over there. >> good sign. >> yes, it is. what are you doing right now to weather this storm? >> i was doing fine until the power went out. just trying to find something to occupy my time. >> all right. i suggest you might want to go inside. of course, it's a little dangerous out here. >> i'm going to go inside. >> have a good walk. take it easy. there you have it, folks. fascinating, people decide to come out here. and back to you in the studio. >> shomari, thanks. some cases, inside may not be the safest places. one tree fell into a house this afternoon. >> we find news4's richard jordan. richa
on houses, trees across roads and pulling down plenty of power lines. in delaware today we watched doug hudson and his crew working to get the power back on. >> trees and wires don't go together. >> for the most part absolutely correct. they don't go together at all. >> reporter: falling trees really one of the biggest killers in storms and could be the biggest killer in sandy. take a look at this. these are the roots of a tree here. we are now in alexandria, virginia. the problem is all the rain and all the wind. if you get several inches of rain, it softens the soil and then the wind just pushes these trees down. look how bill this root ball was and how deep it was but it couldn't hold it. they're still concerned. central park was closed down. the mayor didn't want anybody in there in case trees fell there, as well. >> that is a big tree. thank you, david kerley and a couple of other pictures from the treacherous scrapbook sandy left behind, take a look. this is a street in long beach island, new jersey, before and then after sandy and here a watery grave for what is a symbol of new y
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